FRENCH COUNTRY DINING TABLE : DINING TABLE


French Country Dining Table : Japanese Dining Table : Clear Coffee Tables.



French Country Dining Table





french country dining table






    french country
  • Large, solid, simple furniture and a primary color scheme of reds, blues, and bright yellows.  Sometimes called French Provincial.





    dining table
  • A table on which meals are served in a dining room

  • a table at which meals are served; "he helped her clear the dining table"; "a feast was spread upon the board"

  • (Dining Tables) The first dining tables of which survivors remain are the type known as refectory tables. They are made usually of oak, and one of the earliest, at Penshurst Place in Kent, has a typical thick top of joined planks supported on three separate trestles.

  • A table is a type of furniture comprising an open, flat surface supported by a base or legs. It may be used to hold articles such as food or papers at a convenient or comfortable height when sitting, and is therefore often used in conjunction with chairs.











french country dining table - The Basque




The Basque Table: Passionate Home Cooking from One of Europe's Great Regional Cuisines


The Basque Table: Passionate Home Cooking from One of Europe's Great Regional Cuisines



In Europe, the Basques are known for their creativity in the kitchen and their long-enduring culinary heritage. In the Spanish Basque country itself, food and eating are the center of everyday life and the focus of endless conversation. Basque women lovingly pass on their cooking techniques to daughters and granddaughters, and Basque men, who belong to traditional cooking clubs called txokos, themselves enjoy lingering over stove and table.

Few people have stayed in one place as long as the Basque people have stayed in Basque Country, which spreads from northern Spain across the Pyrenees into France and stretches out to the sea. Basque Country has remained intact from the time of cave paintings to today. The Basque language is a language unlike any other; even Basque DNA is different from any other European DNA. So it should come as no surprise that the food of Basque Country, while similar to what is found in other parts of Spain and France, is distinct as to its place and people of origin. Restaurant owner and chef Teresa Barrenechea invites one and all to come sit at the Basque table and learn while enjoying.
Though nueva cocina has invaded Basque cooking, Barrenechea has intentionally left it aside for another book. She cleaves to tradition in The Basque Table, to the pinchos (like tapas), first courses, and main courses that make up the traditional meal served in Basque homes. It is a deceptively simple cuisine, something of a tightrope act, that demands of any cook the ability to select the best possible ingredients. When, in a dish like Chuletitas de Cordero (grilled lamb chops), you are only working with the chops, olive oil, garlic, flat-leaf parsley, and salt, there's no place to hide. And yet, when everything is exemplary and the chops come off the grill at the perfect moment, the effect in the mouth and in the heart and soul of any diner will defy description. A tough kind of simple, in other words.
A fierce pride shows in Barrenechea's recipe descriptions and food notes. She holds herself to the highest cultural standard. What she aims for and achieves is a replication in print, with an American kitchen in mind, of exactly how a certain dish should taste to the Basque palate.
So take heart in dishes like sweetbreads with garlic and parsley, crayfish in hot sauce, mushrooms with scrambled eggs, white bean stew, roasted fresh ham, chicken Basque style, fresh cod with red and black sauces, grilled prawns, and trout Navarra-style. You may be cooking at home, but you'll be sitting and eating at a Basque table. And there's no other table quite like it. --Schuyler Ingle










85% (19)





provincial french country - dining room




provincial french country - dining room





custom dining table
chairs by william switzer
custom drapery
original art from bau-xi gallery

target market - empty nesters in white rock, interesting to see the market where people still love their french country, a challenge at times execute a provincial french country, if i had to do it again - i prefer the sophiticated modern shabby chic white on white & black french glam











412-IMG 7300




412-IMG 7300





New dining table in alder made with distressed finish and colored to match a french walnut antique armoire. The table was made to mimic antique french farm tables and has a durable finish. All our tables are available in custom sizes.









french country dining table







Related topics:

block dining table

small folding kitchen table

pedestal dining room table set

rio brands folding oval poker table

solid pine coffee table

folding buffet table

outdoor dining table for 8



TAG :
french
country
dining
table
solid
wood
console
tables
oak
trestle

Trackbacks


Use trackback on this entry.

Post a comment

Private :

Top of page